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Martin Bygate – Publications February 2008
MARTIN BYGATE - PUBLICATIONS February 2008
Books
Authored volumes
Samuda, V. & M.Bygate, 2008. Tasks in second language learning. London: Palgrave
Bygate,M. 1987. Speaking. Oxford: Oxford University Press (121 pp).
Edited volumes
Bygate,M., P.Skehan, M.Swain (eds). 2001 Researching pedagogical tasks: second language
learning, teaching, and assessment. London: Pearson.
Bygate, M., A.Tonkyn, E.Williams (eds) 1994. Grammar and the Language Teacher. Hemel
Hempstead: Prentice Hall International (259 pp).
Guest Edited Journal Special Issue
Bygate,M. Guest editor 2000: Language Teaching Research, Special Issue on 'Task-Based
Learning', 4/3
Parts of books
Bygate, M. (forthcoming) Teaching the spoken foreign language. In K.Knapp & B.Seidlhofer
(eds) Mouton De Gruyter Handbooks of Applied Linguistics. Vol 5. Foreign language
communication and learning. Mouton de Gruyter.
Bygate, M. & V.Samuda. (in press). Creating pressure in task pedagogy: the joint roles of
field, purpose, and engagement within the interaction approach. In A. Mackey & C.Polio (eds)
Festschrift for Susan M. Gass: “Multiple Perspectives on Interaction in SLA.” Taylor & Francis.
Bygate, M. 2006. Areas of research that influence L2 speaking instruction. In E.Uso-Juan &
A.Martinez-Flor (eds) Current trends in the development and teaching of the four language
skills. The Hague: Mouton De Gruyter.
Bygate, M. 2005. Oral second language abilities as expertise. In K.Johnson (ed.) Expertise
in second language teaching. London: Palgrave
Bygate, M. & V.Samuda 2005. Integrative planning through the use of task repetition. In R.
Ellis (ed) Planning and task performance in a second language.Amsterdam/New
York:Benjamins.
Bygate, M. 2001. Spoken language pedagogy. In R.Kaplan (ed). The Oxford Handbook of
Applied Linguistics. Pp.27-38. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Bygate,M. 2001. Speaking in TESOL. In R.Carter & D.Nunan (eds.) Handbook of TESOL.
Pp.14-20. Cambridge: CUP
Bygate,M. 2001. Effects of task repetition on the structure and control of language, In
M.Bygate, P.Skehan & M.Swain Task-based learning: language teaching, learning and
assessment. pp.23-48. London: Longman.
Bygate, M., P.Skehan & M.Swain. 2001. Introduction. In M.Bygate, P.Skehan & M.Swain
Task-based learning: language teaching, learning and assessment. pp.1-20. London:
Longman
Bygate, M. 2000. Speaking. In. M.Byram (ed.) Routledge Encyclopedia of Language Teaching
and Learning. pp.110-113. London: Routledge.
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Bygate, M. 1999a. Second language pedagogy: speaking. In B.Spolsky (ed.) Concise
Encyclopedia of Educational Linguistics. Oxford: Pergamon Press.
Cameron,L.J. & M.Bygate. 1997. Key issues in assessing progression in English as an
Additional Language. In C.Leung & C.Cable (eds.) Mainstream Schooling and the Needs of
Bilingual Pupils. London: NATE for NALDIC.
Bygate,M. 1996. Effects of task repetition: appraising learners' performances on tasks. In
Willis,D. & J.Willis Challenge and Change in Language Teaching. 136-46. London:
Heinemann.
Bygate,M. 1994a. Adjusting the focus: teacher roles in task-based learning of grammar. In
M.Bygate, Alan Tonkyn, Eddie Williams (eds): Grammar for the Language Teacher. Pp.237-
259. Prentice Hall International.
Bygate,M. 1994b. Second Language Pedagogy: Speaking. In Asher (ed.) Encyclopaedia of
Language & Linguistics. Vol.7: 3769-3774. Oxford: Pergamon Press.
Refereed Articles
Skehan, P., V.Samuda & M.Bygate. In preparation. Problems of argument and evidence: a
reply to Michael Swan. Applied Linguistics.
Bygate, M. 2005. Applied linguistics: A pragmatic discipline, a generic discipline? Applied
Linguistics.26/4: 568-581.
Bygate, M. 2004. Some current trends in Applied Linguistics: towards a generic view. AILA
Review, 40th Anniversary Issue, 17: 6-22..
Bygate,M. 2000. Introduction. Language Teaching Research, special issue on 'Task-Based
Learning', 4/3: 185-192
Bygate, M. 1999. Task as context for the framing, reframing and unframing of language.
System. 27/1: 33-48.
Bygate,M. 1999. Quality of language and purpose of task: pattern of learners' language on
two oral communication tasks. Language Teaching Research,3/3: 185-214.
Bygate, M. 1998. Theoretical perspectives in speaking. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics
1997. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Cameron,L.J., J.P.Moon & M.Bygate. 1996. Language development in the mainstream: how
do teachers and pupils use language? Language and Education, 10/2.
Bygate,M. & C.Letts. 1994. Applied linguistics as evaluation of theory and practice:
(inter)relating the problems of learners, teachers and therapists. In D.Graddol & J.Swann
(eds) Evaluating Language.Clevedon: Multilingual Matters Ltd: 24-36.
Bygate, M. & C.J.Weir. 1993. Criteria for the assessment of oral proficiency. Journal of English
and Foreign Languages (Hyderabad) (Nos.10-11): 27-43.
Bygate,M. 1988. Units of oral expression and language learning in small group interaction.
Applied Linguistics,9/1:59-82.
Bygate,M. & T.Quintanilha. 1985. A language for communication. Letras de Hoje. 17/4: 25-
43.
Bygate,M., Baptista,B.O. & T.Quintanilha. 1985. An approach to undergraduate course design
in Brazil. System. 13/1: 49-59.
Bygate, M. 1984. A matter of degree. In Celani,M.A.A. (ed) Ensino de Linguas, (Sao Paulo,
EDUC), Series 'Cadernos PUC', No.17: 40-48.
Bygate,M. 1982. Some implications of ESP for general foreign language teaching
methodology. ESPecialist (PUC Sao Paulo, Brazil), No.4: 64-73.
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Published conference papers
Bygate, M. 2005. In M.Carrio (ed) Proceedings of the 2004 Annual Conference, Spanish
Association for Applied Linguistics (AESLA), Valencia.
Bygate, M. 2005. Structuring learning within the flux of communication: a role for
constructive repetition in oral language pedagogy. In J.Foley (ed) New dimensions int eh
teaching of oral communication. Anthology Series 47. Singapore: Seameo RELC.
Bygate,M. 1998. In P.Grundy et al. (eds) IATEFL 1998. Proceedings of the Annual IATEFL
Conference, Manchester.
Bygate,M. 1994. Supporting frames or collapsing hierarchies some challenges for task-based
learning. In Corno,D. & M.G.Dandini (eds.) La Voglia di Insegnare. Atti del 8o Convegno
Internazionale per Insegnanti dell'Area Linguistica, 204-215.
Bygate,M & D.Porter. 1991. Dimensions in the acquisition of oral language. Sadtono,E.(ed)
Language Acquisition and the Second/Foreign Language Classroom. Anthology Series 28.
Singapore: RELC.
Unrefereed articles
L.J.Cameron & M.Bygate. 1997. Key issues in assessing progression in English as an
Additional Language. Working Papers in Language Education: Mainstream Language
Development: No.4, School of Education, University of Leeds.
L.Cameron, J.P.Moon & M.Bygate. 1996. Language development of bilingual pupils in the
mainstream: how do pupils and teachers use language? Working Papers in Language
Education: Mainstream Language Development: No.1, School of Education, University of
Leeds.
Bygate,M. 1992. Neither magic nor chaos: on the systematic influence of oral activities on the
language of learners. Working Papers, Department of Linguistic Science.
Bygate,M. 1983. Literature and the experience of the foreign language. Ilha do Desterro
(UFSC, Florianopolis, Brazil), IV,9: 59-67.
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